- CCC cracks government trojan, The H Security
- More details on the German government’s spyware, InSecurity Complex at cnet
- Incomplete redaction leaks info from UK MoD, naked security via Slashdot
- VLC Media Player 1.1.12 closes security hole, The H Security
- Guidelines for securing open source software, EFF
- Call for probe of German government spyware, BBC
- German researchers crack RFID cards, The H Security
- Microsoft patches 22 security holes, 12 highly exploitable, in October, threatpost
- Microsoft flags Firefox and Chrome for security failings, The Register
- Co-creator of SSL talks serious security turkey, Slashdot
- MSIE9 haunted by ‘critical’ security vulnerabilities, Zero Day at ZDNet
- Microsoft plugs critical IE, .NET holes, InSecurity Complex at cnet
- Apple slaps another security band-aid on iTunes, Zero Day at ZDNet
- WineHQ password database compromised, Slashdot
- New large scale attack on Sony’s services, The H Security
- More details on latest Sony attack and locking out of 93K accounts in response, threatpost
- Anti-virus software fails to deal with government trojan, The H Security
- iOS 5 includes removal of DigiNotar certificates, threatpost
- Fedora Project forces security reset for all users, The H Security
- New exploit kit found, thousands of owned sites redirecting users to attack site, threatpost
- Bogus Netflix application for Android steals passwords, won’t let you watch movies, threatpost
- iOS 5 closes almost 100 security holes, The H Security
- Update closes critical Safari hole on Mac OS X, The H Security
- Apple ships mammoth security update for OS X, threatpost
- Flashback trojan targeting OS X shuns virtual machines, The Register
- Malicious ads on Big lead to ZeroAccess trojan, threatpost
- Congress, wary of Amazon’s silk browser, demands answers on privacy, Ars Technica
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